Working and Learning Together (WALT) describes Community Learning and Development activities in terms of supporting achievement for adults, young people and communities:
You can view the Scottish Government Working and learning together to build stronger communities Scottish Executive Guidance for Community Learning and Development
Learning for adults
Raising standards of achievement in learning for adults through community-based lifelong learning opportunities incorporating the core skills of literacy, numeracy, communications, working with others, problem-solving and information communications technology (ICT).
Learning for young people
Engaging with young people to facilitate their personal, social and educational development and enable them to gain a voice, influence and a place in society.
Building Community Capacity
Building community capacity and influence by enabling people to develop the confidence, understanding and skills required to influence decision making and service delivery.
Scottish Qualifications Authority Approved Centre
Community Learning and Development Dumfries and Galloway is a Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) approved centre offering accredited units on Core Skills, English for Speakers of Other Languages, Youth Work and more.